Late Bloomer

Prudence True Parker teaches a course called Advanced Personal Journey at a community college in Arizona, but her own personal journey is not really advancing She s divorced, debt ridden, and starting to feel desperate, when she meets Digby Deeds alias Mildred Crowley , the author of the wildly successful Savage Passion romance series, at her local library When the dyinPrudence True Parker teaches a course called Advanced Personal Journey at a community college in Arizona, but her own personal journey is not really advancing She s divorced, debt ridden, and starting to feel desperate, when she meets Digby Deeds alias Mildred Crowley , the author of the wildly successful Savage Passion romance series, at her local library When the dying Deeds offers Prudence the final forty plots of his popular series, her financial needs trump her literary aspirations, and she accepts To her astonishment, her own life soon begins to outpace Passion s fevered tales, and she finds herself in the midst of a plot involving psychics, a sexy young Comanche lover, Native American activists, medicine men, and even a few wolves Quick witted and laugh out loud funny, Late Bloomer follows Prue on her madcap journey, as she finds her real life surpassing the wildest flights of her imagination.
Late Bloomer Prudence True Parker teaches a course called Advanced Personal Journey at a community college in Arizona but her own personal journey is not really advancing She s divorced debt ridden and starting

  • Title: Late Bloomer
  • Author: Melissa Pritchard
  • ISBN: 9780385721929
  • Page: 152
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Late Bloomer”

    1. This is a fun book that puts down romance novels and their readers but actually is a romance novel, after all. Ironic and funny--I enjoyed it.

    2. While lovely at times, and lush with detail, the characters flaws never are addressed in any meaningful way. I don't believe for a second that going through a spiritual experience together is the magical solution to a capital-P Problematic relationship. Has Ray now decided that women are worthy of respect? (Seriously, I was gagging at everything he said by halfway through.) Has Prudence learned to differentiate between loyalty and servitude? Argumentative insults and verbal abuse? I doubt all of [...]

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